Seven Brothers – Loon Mountain, NH

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View of the lift line.
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Looking up the line.
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Another line view.
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Side view of the bottom station with drive and tension.
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Bottom station and load area.
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Leaving the base area.
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Early CTEC tower.
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Upper lift line.
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Another view down the line.
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Note the unique top operator house placement.
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Top bullwheel and unload ramp.

10 thoughts on “Seven Brothers – Loon Mountain, NH

  1. Liam Manchester April 29, 2021 / 10:20 am

    Loon just confirmed that this is being replaced with the former Kancamagus Express Quad in Spring 2022

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        • Liam Manchester April 29, 2021 / 10:58 am

          I sort of doubt it will stay at Loon. The only possibility I can think of is it could replace the East Basin Double, but there are rarely capacity issues at East Basin, they have almost the same line speed, and the East Basin drive was replaced around the time that Seven Brothers was installed. Also, it really only runs on weekends and busy days to serve as an alternate lift to Loon Peak.

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        • Big Mountain April 29, 2021 / 11:14 am

          Loon has send several times that Kanc quad will replace seven brothers next spring.

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  2. Nahms April 29, 2021 / 11:03 am

    I bet it goes to the planned beginner area over by South Mountain. The approvals are in place for a lift and a learning area over that way.

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    • Liam Manchester April 29, 2021 / 11:17 am

      I thought of that as well, however those were originally slated to be new fixed-grip quads.

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      • Liam Manchester April 29, 2021 / 11:23 am

        To add to that – the original proposal was from 2011 I believe, so it’s very possible that it could’ve been changed by now to reuse Seven Brothers since now they have it handy.

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